Apples, especially baked apples, remind me of Fall comfort food. And Henderson County, NC is apple-growing central, so there’s no shortage of the many varieties of the fruit. Here’s a traditional Irish Dessert that’s perfect for this time of year.
By Rocquie, Sage Trifle – GRATED APPLES ARE COOKED briefly before baking in this traditional Irish dessert. Apple Amber (don’t you love the name) is a lightly sweetened apple mousse topped with meringue and can be made with or without a crust.
Any apples can be used to make this pie. I used three different varieties–Fuji, Pinata, and Opal because that is what was in my fruit bowl. Read More & Get Recipe